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Alpine Bank Blog: Our Guide to Improving Your Financial Literacy

Financial literacy month participants

Every April, the Financial Literacy Month national campaign takes place. This effort is organized by the Jump$tart Coalition, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. The goal of the campaign is to raise awareness about financial literacy and promote financial education. Financial Literacy Month’s mission is to promote and support financial literacy efforts across the U.S., especially for kids and teenagers. This event is a great time to spark discussions in your home about saving, spending, budgeting, giving, and to learn other personal finance-related topics. Alpine Bank offers these resources to jump-start your family’s financial literacy efforts this month:


Financial Literacy and Banking Resources

  • Mind Your Money, a free online program in Spanish and English, designed to equip you with the critical knowledge and skills you need to make the financial decisions that are best for you
  • Alpine’s Youth Savings Accounts, an affordable savings account with no minimum deposits or monthly maintenance fees
  • Our Youth Checking Accounts, a safe checking account with a loyalty debit card for learning the basics of banking

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